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t;,s The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aug. 18, 1983--5A ( l undbhi o set Construction has begun on restrooms rea---ne, at the park pavillion center. Margarett United Methodist Church to attend ground- their new church Sunday, This is what members have prayed for and and through the of everyone, this event Our new district (Palestine District) will preside. Homemade ice will be seved in the after the ground- [glass window for our new restored, Aug. 7, in before us by the Lillian, Gene, their families. It was the United Methodist 1904 to the United of Trinidad, 1983, by assistants Cumby, have looking good in coach, Dee Germany of out his past week teams. practice and 15. returned home her 25-year Houston at the Teachers t. 9. Cleda visited with Lu and Jennifer returned home of Rusk visited his mother, Alice Miller is chairman of the arts and crafts. Spaces will be marked off under the trees on West Street at $10 a space. If you would like a space, you may contact city hail at 778-2100 or Margarett Miller at 778-2207 at night. Registration will begin at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17 for the 10 kilometer (6.2 mile) race. The fee is $7 per person. Those pre-registered will receive a T-shirt. For more information call the Trinidad Chamber of Com- merce at 214-778-2100. For information on the Canoe Race at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, call 214- 778-2941 or 778-2381 or 214-351-2592 (Dallas) after 6 p.m. or write Epic Canoe Production, Inc., 8519 Lakemont, Dallas, Texas 75209. The Blue Grass Festival will be at 7 until 10:30 p.m. Tickets will be $3 and P,0 at the gate. It won't be long before Chad Roun- savall will be getting his three-year pin for attending Sunday School each Sunday. It is good to attend Sunday School, but to not miss in that length of time is quite a great record, especially when you are on a vacation trip in Washington, D.C. and have to find a Sunday School to attend. We are proud of you, Chad, and also of your parents, Ann and Bobby, who have taken you to Sunday School. Mona Craig and Ashley of Tyler spent Sunday with their grandparents. Alice Gaston visited with the Randy Carters in Henderson. Frances Grayson visited with Bobbi Ann, Marcus, Ann and Bobble Cargille of Kflgore. Jerri Pirtle of Athens is the new sixth grade teacher, replacing Debbie Nickleson, who has a new baby daughter. Joe Lynn Davis had a truck accident and was pinned in his truck for four or five hours before he was discovered early Sunday morning. He was in the hospital at Wilcox, Ariz. with bruises, but no bones broken. He was expected to leave the hospital and fly back home. Bro. Tim Edwards' sermon was "A Bad Forecast," Luke 12:49-56. Special music, "Amazing Grace," was by the choir, with solo parts by Margaret Green and Cindy Graves. Buck Knight is in the Y.A. Hoepital in DaUas Bro. Danny Boler's sermon was "The Ugliness of the Cross and the Beauty of the Resurrection." The First Baptist Church will have a fourth Sunday dinner with special emphasis on the family. A family film, "Sand Castles," will be shown. following the film will be homemade ice cream, cake and cookies. The Senior Citizen group met Wed- nesday, Aug. 10, a the community center with 23 present. There were two tables of 42 players, lots of good visiting, and the best food ever. Mr. Freeman Miller gave the invocation. Pat Frazier of Fairfield visited Saturday and Sunday with parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tart and sons of Alvin are moving to their new job and will be living in Beckville. Bill Harem's cousins from Edgewood visited with them Sunday afternoon. Cheerladers and majorettes have been practicing in the evenings. Brad and Erik Morgan of Eastland will be moving here and attending school. and sons, Brandon over the weekend Mrs. Ozie Land. of Beckville visited Phillips and family. Peebles visited in their relatives and with James Nicole and who has had heart returned home by Thursday and is doing home after tests in Hospital in Cot- with their grand- Carter of Rockdale parents, Janie and Kathi Boler and :attended the 28th Year in Waco from y. The theme of Grand Paairie at the Church of 14. Son Chip also visited to Colorado with Daniels and son, Was shopping in Tyler on New Mexico visited the Richard Martin returned home eight after visiting in Bill and Pat Hart-an Leslie and Edwin and Billy and Kathi ughter, Jennifer, of Cleora Fleming were in the open house of the I has been a member of Church for 71 having joined at the in 1912, under Bro. oldest membership in chairman d Trinity conducted a meeting at the community and workers. i II I i Cattle in East Texas that have not yet been treated for cattle grubs should be treated immediately, says Dr. James Robinson, entomologist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. The in- secticide may be applied as a pour-on, spray or spot-on. September 1 is the latest to use these materials for effec- tive control. Follow label directions on approved materials. Tip moth generations in Christmas tree plantations should be or,Happing, Robinson says. Producers must watch break the cycle and get the tip moth un- der control. Follow label directions. Some Christmas tree producers have found a few trees infested with pine needle scale. Normally, only a small percentage of the trees will be infested, but the infestation can spread unless control measures are started. Signs of scale damage is a dark color to the tree which is caused by sooty mold growing on excrements of scale. Controls using the same insecticides labeled for tip moths are effective. A closely and control the tip moth to spray surfactant or speaker-sticker produce quality trees. Weekly ins*c- should be added to the spray solution. ticlde applications may be necessary to Infested trees should be individually Trinidad School Menu August,24 - August LUNCH Wednesday - Corney dogs, french fries, baked beaus, mustard, catsup, milk. Thursday - Hot pizza, buttered peas, french fries, milk or drink. Friday - Hambhrgers, french fries, mustard, catsup, pickles, milk or drink. treated on weekly intervals until the scale is brought under control. Thorough coverage of the tree is essen- tial for control. If only one or two trees are found to be infested with,scale, they may be cut; and removed from the plantation. Have a coffee party if time and money are of the essence, don't think you must eliminate enter- lathing from your budget. Some of the nicest get-togethers combine just two ingredients--good friends and good cof- fee. II B.F. Goodrich & Atlas ]ires All types Automotive Service Automotive Parts Store Open Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. anner EXXON 1 10 E. Mitcham, Malakof[ 489.1292 II II We at the Gould Insurance Agency Salute the following new businesses for locating in Malakoff: Being relatively newcomers to Malakoff we have appreciated the friendliness and acceptance of this great community. ;I It" Royall Blvd. 489-2341 Malakoff by Mrs. W. C Fleming, Jr. JUST AS SCHOOL IS BEGINNING--a group of the Trinidad Annual Staff was readying yearbooks from the 1982-83 school year for delivery. Pictured applying covers on the 1983 edition is (back row, i-to-r) Mrs. Barbara King, sponsor, Kristy Jones, Louise Hornbuckle and Amy Rounsavail. Seated is Laurie Bradley. 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